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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .

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serving you since 1951. Rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau An Award Winning Publication Read The Florida and Georgia Star Newspapers.thefloridastar.comListen to IMPACT Radio Talk Show. The peoples choice The Florida Star P. O. Box 40629 Jacksonville, FL 32203 NORTHEAST FLORIDAS OLDEST, LARGEST, MOST READ AFRICAN AMERICAN OWNED NEWSPAPER Presorted Standard U.S. Postage Paid Jacksonville, FL Permit No. 3617 The Florida Star, The Georgia Star!(904) 766-8834Still The Peoples Choice! STRIVING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE! OCTOBER 11 OCTOBER 17, 2014 VOL. 64 NO. 26 STILLONLY 50 CENTS Looking for customers to patronize your business or utilize your services? If you answered YES, then you need to place an ad in The Florida or Georgia Star! CALL 904/766-8834 to place your ad TODAY!! Check, Money Order, Or Credit CardsAccepted Wish to give us a News Story? Call (904) 766-8834 or Send it to: info@thefloridastar.com ad@thefloridastar.com Cant Get to the Store Have The Star Delivered Editorial...............................1 Church..........................2 Youth News...............................3 Talk of the Town...........................4 Columns..............................5 Crime and Justice........................6 Local-Florida................................7 Local-Georgia........................8 Sports........................9 Community.....................10 Classified...............11 Business........ ............................12 I N S I D ESee Inside Church Talk of the Town Local Florida-Georgia Sports Community COP ONCE HAILED HERO, ARRESTED FOR HOLDING HOSTAGESMISSINGCHILDREN A City of Brunswick Police officer and minister who once made international news for rescuing an infant in Haiti was arrested for holding three hostages in a standoff. Darry 'DJ' Williams faces charges of kidnapping, false imprisonment, and aggravated assault. Williams has been placed on administrative leave and taken to jail. He was charged with three counts of false imprisonment. Williams was a American United Nations Soldier responsible for reconstructing the Police Department in Port-auPrince, Haiti. While there, he rose to fame after rescuing a baby girl who was dropped into a 30 foot pit and left for dead. He is also an Ordained Minister at Fishers of Men World Harvest Church were he has served as deacon, youth advisor, pastor's assistant, armor bearer and driver. Now he is a man who has many wondering what led him to enter Brunswick City Hall last Wednesday, declaring he had a weapon and shouted that they had "10 minutes to call SWAT". It is said that Williams then went to a vacant office at an apartment complex where he held two women and a man at gunpoint. It is said that Williams spoke to his pastor sometime during the standoff. After a half hour standoff with police, it is said the hostages were let go one by one. A prayer vigil was held at his church in Brunswick. More in next week's issue.EBOLA:DALLAS PATIENTDIES, GAINMATETESTEDThomas Eric Duncan has died eight days after he was diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas, Texas. He was the first person to be diagnosed with the illness in the United States. He fought courageously in this battle, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital said in a statement. Our professionals, the doctors and nurses in the unit, as well as the entire Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas community, are also grieving his passing. We have offered the family our support and condolences at this difficult time. In their statement, Duncan's family said they are devastated by the news of his death. They said that he was receiving the experimental treatment and felt that his treatment came too late. We had high hopes that Thomas would survive this scourge and we were optimistic thatdelayed hospital protocols would help Thomas survive, the family said. We are hopeful that remedies here and and in parts of the world will be taken for those who have become inflicted with this horrible disease. Duncan sought medical treatment five days after he arrived in Dallas from Liberia but was released from hospital even though he complained about fever and abdominal pain. Rev. Jesse Jackson has stood with the family saying speculating if race may have been a factor. Meanwhile, an inmate at a prison in Georgia was tested for Ebola. His results were pending up to press time. A house of God is divided into Alabama after a pastor took to the pulpit and made a shocking confession. Rev. Juan Demetrius McFarland of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in Montgomery confirmed to media that he used drugs, misused church funds and had sexual relations with church members. The church voted 801 to have McFarland removed, but he refused to step down. "He fraudulently concealed from the congregation...that he had knowingly engaged in adultery in the church building with female members of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church while knowingly having AIDS," said the resolution to remove McFarland. "He fraudulently withheld information that he had been engaging in the use of illegal drugs while preaching and performing pastoral duties" and "withheld information from church membership that he had misused church funds." McFarland is said to have contracted HIV in 2003 and had AIDS by 2008. He did not close his status to the women he slept with. Comer Cottrell: The Ultimate Philanthropist, ies at 82 Puplit Confession: Pastor admits affairs with church members and STD status PODOGFACEDWITHK COCAINE BOND A 26-year old St. Johns County man turned himself in to the U.S. Marshals Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force and SJSO Detectives early this ( Wednesday) afternoon. The suspect, identified as Brandon Bern ard Allison, 2 6, 1077 Puryear St., was arrested on an outstanding warrant and is also wanted for questioning in connection with the death of a St. Johns County K-9. He ha been the subject of a massive manhunt since early Tuesday morning. Allison is charged with the open warrant from 16 April for one count of sale of cocaine. The charge carries a bond of $100,000. Allison fled from a residence in the first block of Twin Aspen Cr., at 3:20 a.m. Tuesday follo wing a disturbance. Deputy Farrah Ashe and her K-9 Baron were tracking the suspect when they came to a fence. The deputy lifted the German Shepherd over the fence and before she was able to transverse the obstacle, the K-9 continued to track. A short time later, the deputy heard her partner engage with a male individual and when she arrived she found the dog unresponsive in shallow water and the suspect gone. Life saving measures were given to the K-9 who was then transported to a veterinarian hospital where he was pronounced deceased. Additional charges are pending further investigation by detectives with the Sheriffs Office Major Crimes Unit.Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson Brings Mothers and Families of Murdered Children to the Nation's Capital for the Congressional Black Caucus "My Brother's Keeper" Town Hall Meeting. Thank for all we do still fighting for ads. Marian Tolan, mother of Robbie Tolan who was shot outside his home by a Bellaire, Texas police officer after he and his family feels he was racially profiled. Just recently, a U.S. Supreme Court Justices--in a unanimous decision--ordered the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reconsider a lawsuit filed by Robbie Tolan. Texas. Tolan says the ruling means he will have a chance to argue before a jury that Sgt. Jeffrey Cotton, a white officer, racially profiled him and mistreated Tolan's family because of their races. It's a claim that Tolan, the son of former major league baseball player, Bobby Tolan, and his family fiercely support. Queen Brown, lives in Miami. Her son Eviton Brown was shot and killed by someone targeting her nephew. Eviton was with his cousin when he was shot and killed a few years ago. His mother started a support group and travels around the country speaking about violence and the murders of black boys and men. Sabrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin. Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson, Congresswoman Shelia Jackosn-Lee (Texas), Gwen Carr, mother of Eric Garner, who was choked to death by a NYC police officer Valerie Bell, mother of Sean Bell, shot and killed by New York police officers a day before his wedding. Lesley McSpadden, mother of 18 year old Michael Brown who was recently shot and killed by white police officer in Ferguson, MO.By Dr. J. Ester Davis In 1970, Nikki Giovanni and Maya Angelou have best selling books on the market. The Beatles break up. The 5th Dimension have the number one album of the year. Comer Cottrell opens Proline Corporation. He is 38. In the June 1979 Black Enterprise issue of Top 100: the Nations Leading Black Businesses, Proline Corporation is listed. Chief officer is listed as Comer J. Cottrell, with company location in Carson, California. The company is listed as manufacturer of cosmetics/hair care. The list, in financial order, based on previous year sales, is bordered by Conyers Ford, Inc., Detroit, Michigan and Smith Oil Corporation, Indianapolis, Indiana. Proline Corporation moved its world headquarters to Dallas, Texas and was physically complete and operational when he was 47 years of age. Comer Cottrell wrote his own book advising African Americans on how to become successful entrepreneurs. He not only was successful as a businessman, he generously donated time and money to the people who purchased the products that made him a millionaire by giving back millions to educating our youth. He gave Paul Quinn College $500,000 when they were about to go under and later purchased their present campus in Dallas for the city to have their own HBCU. Comer worked with Clara McLaughlin, owner of The Florida and Georgia Star newspapers to help her become the first Black female in America to own a network affiliated television station. Through the Florida Star, Comer visited Jacksonville and was the major speaker for an event that honored religious leaders of Florida. In an Ester Davis series called Dear Comer a litany of calls were sparked from former students now self producing adults about Comers generosity and unmatched affection for mankind. One of the emails called him a real rare jewel he openly and knowingly shared his wealth. He is now ageless. Plainly put without all the fanfare, here lies a man who was blessed to make money. For the record, from the beginning, he spent it in large sums on layers of education around the world with people that looked like him, while touching humanity in ways that can never be measured. FREE TICKETS! DETAILS INSIDE! Moms of Murdered Children join Congresswom Wilson

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Northside Church of Christ 37th Anniversary & 60th Church Anniversary The excitement is building as we prepare for our 37th Annual Homecoming and 60th Church Anniversary. November 1-9, 2014 Sixty years is a wonderful milestone to reach and we plan to celebrate in style! Our theme for the occasion is: "Our Diamond Jubilee," scripture reference is taken from Leviticus 27:21-24 37th Annual Homecoming & 60th Annual Church Anniversary November 1-9, 2014 "Our Diamond Jubilee" A Return to Glory!!! ------------------------------------------------------------------------JACKSONVILLE, FL BARNETT, Alva passed away on September 17, 2014. BENTLY, Horace 77 passed away on October 6, 2014. CARTER, Albert Jr. Buck (52) passed away on Friday, October 3, 2014. FORT, Regina Denise … Funeral services was held on Saturday, September 20, 2014. GORDON, Willie Eugene Funeral service for Mr. Willie Eugene Gordon was held on Friday, September 26. Willie served in the United States Marine Corp and received an honorable discharge. Mr. Gordon was preceded in death by his father, Raymond Gordon. He leaves to cherish his memories, his loving children, Elizara Reynolds, Vandetricia Wilkerson, Tanya Thornton, Darneshia Selman, and Michael Gordon; 12 grandchildren; 6 great grandchildren; mother, Caretha Brown; and a host of other brothers, sisters, relatives and friends. PAULIN, Anita Frances Passed away at 95 years old on Friday, September 19, 2014. POTEE, James passed away on September 25, 2014. RACKLEY, Sarah Mae Funeral service was held on Thursday, September 25. SMITHSON, Karen Karen passed away on September 16, 2014. TAYLOR, Mark Ervin passed away on September 19, 2014. Funeral services was held on Saturday, September 27, 2014. He is survived by his loving and devoted wife. THOMPSON, Sylester P. was 93 years old when she passed away on Thursday, September 18, 2014. WALKER PUGH, Ida Mae passed away on September 17, 2014. The Church DirectoryCome and Worship With UsŽ Faith In Our CommunitySchedule of Events and ServicesPAGE 2 THE STAR OCTOBER 11, 2014 CHURCH DEATH NOTICES DEATH NOTICES ANNOUNCEMENTS Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email submissions preferred. Send to: Info@TheFloridaStar.com Come join Bishop Dr. Lorenzo Hall, Sr.every Wednesday and Thursday from 12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM for Prayer Meeting and Bible Study at The Greater El-Beth-El Divine Holiness Church, located at 723 W. 4th Street, Jacksonville, FL 32209. New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208Sunday School ƒ..............ƒƒƒƒƒƒ..9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Intercessory Prayer...............ƒ..10:45 a.m. Morning Worship ......................11:00 a.m. Youth Church 2nd & 3rd Sundays (Old Sanctuary) Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study ................ 7:00 p.m. Rev. Dr. Marion A. Wise, Senior Pastor Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus (904) 764-5727 Church GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCHThe Church Where Everybody Is SomebodyŽBishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor Street Address: 723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Florida 32206Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586Sunday School.......................................................................................9:30 a.m. Morning Worship.................................................................................11:00 a.m. Tuesday................................................Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m. Thursday...............................................................................Joy Night,7:00 p.m.Email: Gospell75@aol.com Website: Greaterelbethel.org Tune In To WCGL AM RadioForIMPACT IMPACTTuesday and Thursday from 8:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.AtWCGL1360.comThe Florida Star and Impact Striving To Make A Difference! Clara McLaughlin Leath Host Yvonne Brooks Co-Host Lion of the Tribe of Judah Ministries, Inc. PASTOR Dr. Sirretta Williams (Temporary services held) 623 Beechwood St., Jacksonville, FL 32206 Sunday School.......10:00 a.m. ~ Sunday Worship .......11:00 a.m. Every 5th Sunday Friends and Family Day Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Direct Phone: 904.866.7047 Office Phone: 904.356.4226 Seeing Beyond The Lifestyle To Save A Life Website: www.lottojm.com 281 East 44th Street, Jacksonville, FL 32208 UnityMissionaryBaptist@aol.com Funeral Services, Wakes, Repass, Weddings, and Banquets Available For more information, please contact Mrs. Homes at: (904) 402-2816 or (904) 444-9143 ONE ACCORD MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL2971 Waller Street, Jacksonville, FL(904) 389-7373Bishop, Dr. Jan D. Goodman, Sr. PastorSunday School . . . . . . . . . Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Worship Service . . . . . . . . Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Bible Study . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Almighty God,Father of all mercies and giver of all comfort: Deal graciously, we pray thee, with those who mourn, that casting every care on thee, they may know the consolation of thy love, through Jesus Christ our LORD. Pastor Wayne Rogers PresentsLee Williams The Spiritual QCs, Evelyn TurrentineAgee, The Angels of Praise, October 11, 2014 and October 12, 2014 … 6:00pm at The Sanctuary Baptist Church, 3018 Norwich Street, Brunswick, GA 31520 For more information please contact Pastor Wayne Rogers (912) 223-4330 Tickets: $20.00 in advance for one ticket $25.00 at the door each night $35.00 for both nights. MT. OLIVE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH CELEBRATES 132 YEARS OF HISTORIC SERVICE TO FAMILIES AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 4:00 P.M., 100 Men in Black and 100 Women in White Pastor C.E. Preston of St. John M.B. Church, Orange Park Florida. Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 4:00 P.M, The Men Fellowship Ministry, Pastor Dr. James Sampson of First Mt. Zion M. Baptist Church Jacksonville, Florida. Sunday, October 19, 2014 at 4:00 P.M. The Women Fellowship Ministry, Pastor Mark Griffin, Wayman Chapel, Jacksonville, Florida. Saturday, October 25th at 10:00 A.M. begins the grand conclusion of the great celebration. At this time the Annual Breast Cancer Brunch, honoring survivors from around the city will kick-off. The women will be blessed with a special guest speaker. All breast cancer survivors are ask to call 3550015 and give your name. Everyone is invited. Sunday, October 26, 2014 at 4:00 P.M., a Special Guest Pastor and church will bless us as we culminate this 132nd Church Anniversary. Theme: Mt. Olive Meeting The Needs Of The People Where They Are In LifeŽ, Scripture: Galatians 6:10. Come one, come all and help us celebrate this blessed historic occasion, whereby each Sunday will be filled with dynamic pastors, speakers and churches rendering service. For further information, please contact the church at (904) 7070026 or (904) 613-3949.

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OCTOBER 11, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 3 Youth & Medicine OrphanƒThe word evokes a picture of endless days and nights in an orphanage or stranger homes hoping one day to find a home of your own. But in Uganda where parents have succumb to the AIDS virus, being an orphan paints a very different picture. Being an orphan means homelessness, hunger and very often death to these children. Juna Amagara was founded in 2004 to help some of these children become healthy, productive members of society. In 2004 Juna Amagara established the first Amagara House Childrens Home in the town of Mbarara. There 25 children in age from 6 to sixteen found a loving, nurturing and safe environment in which to grow. They were transformed from frightened and dejected children into energetic, confident and hopeful children. Today, thanks to children sponsors and generous donations worldwide, Juna Amagara operates schools, clinics and homes in multiple locations in Southwest Uganda serving the needs of children of all ages. Safe shelter in a loving environment Nutritious food and clean water Clothing and healthcare Primary and secondary schools Inspiration for life skills development Empowering young people to live meaningful, productive lives includes not only first rate education but also skills and leadership training. The Kishanje Learning Advancement Center is a campus for both a secondary school where graduates may go on to University and a Vocational Entrepreneurial Institute where students who do not go for higher education are taught practical skills such as sewing, knitting, or craft making, skills that can help support them their entire lives. Juna Amagara is having its First Annual Fundraising Auction, Saturday, October 11, 2014, 7-9 PM at the Fernandina Beach Art Association Education Building, 18 North 2ndStreet. For more information call (904)583-2176. JUNA AMAGARA SAVING LIVESŽ REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONSDESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND MONITORING OF A GROUNDWATER RECOVERYBLOUNT ISLAND MARINE TERMINAL JAXPORT PROJECT NO.: T2006-04 JAXPORT CONTRACT NO.: C-1218DGeneral Scope of Work: The Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORTŽ) is a full service, international trade seaport in the Southeastern United States. JAXPORT owns and manages three cargo terminals and one passenger cruise terminal in Jacksonville, Florida, including the Blount Island Marine Terminal, the Dames Point Marine Terminal, the Talleyrand Marine Terminal and the JAXPORT Cruise Terminal. Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) will be received by the Procurement Department of the Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) until 2:00 P.M. (EST), on Thursday, October 30, 2014. Work will include, but is not limited to the Design, Construction, Operation, Maintenance, and Monitoring of a Groundwater Recovery System. This project will be constructed utilizing an Adjusted Score Design-Build delivery method. A Design Criteria Professional who has been selected to prepare the design criteria package elements is not eligible to render services under this Design-Build Contract executed pursuant to the design criteria package. Submission of SOQs does not guarantee that any responding company will receive a Request for Proposals or a contract from JAXPORT, nor does it imply that your company has any type of procurement/contractual relationship with JAXPORT now or in the future. Information provided by your company will be treated in a reasonable manner and will be subject to disclosure pursuant to the laws of the State of Florida. Concurrent with this policy, JAXPORT conducts its procurement activities and formal bid processes in a competitive environment that fosters equal opportunity for qualified companies to provide services that meet our requirements.Questions: Related to this contract are due by 5:00 PM (EST) on Friday, October 17, 2014. Submit questions by e-mail only to lenedda.edwards@jaxport.comDeadline for Submissions: Bids must be delivered & received by the Procurement Department by 2:00 PM (EST) on Thursday, October 30, 2014 at which time a Receipt of Qualifications meeting will be held in the 1st Floor Conference Room at the Port Central Office Building, 2831 Talleyrand Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida 32206.PLEASE VISIT HTTP://WWW.JAXPORT.COM BIDDING OPPORTUNITIESŽ FOR DETAILS Mental Health Tips for Parents of Teens and Young AdultsPHOTO SOURCE: (c) AntonioGuillem Fotolia.com(StatePoint) If you are the parent of an older child or teen, you may not think about his or her dayto-day medical needs as often as you did during early childhood. But older kids also are dependent on you, especially when it comes to emotional health and wellness. Life transitions, romantic situations, stress and exposure to drugs and alcohol are just a few of the challenges facing a teen or young adult,Ž says James Perrin, MD, FAAP, 2014 President of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). As a parent, you can help ease these transitions and encourage positive choices.Ž The AAP offers these tips for parents to foster good mental health: € At each new stage in your child`s life, be extra vigilant for signals that he needs extra support. Be ready to provide it. € Check in often and keep the lines of communication open. If your child is away at college or has moved out, speak regularly by phone. Children should know that they can talk to you about anything. Be committed to broaching tough topics. Talk about your own experiences and fears when you were an adolescent. € If your teen has a mental health diagnosis, he or she will need extra support. Pediatricians, school counselors and mental health professionals are important resources. € Watch for mental health red flags, such as excessive sleeping, personality shifts, excessive moodiness, noticeable weight loss or gain, excessive secrecy or signs of self-harm. € Dont skip the annual physical. Not only are teens still on a vaccination schedule, but checkups are a crucial opportunity to talk to your pediatrician about any concerns, as well as diagnose any potential physical and mental health issues. Its also a great time for teens to seek confidential advice. € Safeguard your home against prescription drug abuse by keeping your own medications locked. According to the AAP, prescription drug misuse by adolescents is second only to marijuana and alcohol misuse. The most commonly abused prescription drugs include Vicodin and Xanax. € Provide logistical support for young adults like completing health forms and physicals for college; setting up accommodations at school if they have a mental health diagnosis; finding physicians to care for their adult needs; and signing up for health insurance. Your pediatricians office can help. € Help limit teens stress. Dont encourage them to take on excessive time-consuming extra-curricular activities. Avoid comparing your children. Every child has his own strengths. € Encourage habits that reduce stress and promote physical and mental health, such as a well-balanced diet, getting at least seven hours of sleep a night, and regular exercise. € At this age, its important for parents to arm their older children with coping skills that will serve them throughout life, rather than handling everything for them. More health tips for parents of older children, teens and young adults can be found at www.HealthyChildren.org. As your child gets older, dont let physical and mental health take a back seat to other considerations.

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PAGE 4 THE STAR OCTOBER 11, 2014 Walter H. Matthews Born: October 17, 1939 Died: June 25, 1972 Occupation: National President of the Black Minority Contractors Association, Owner/Operator of W. H. Matthews Construction Company, Amateur Boxer, Life Guard/Park Ranger with the City of Jacksonville, United States Postal Worker. Spouse: Ernestine Anderson Matthews Children: Allama Matthews, Marcus Matthews, Wallene (Matthews) Bullard Early Life: Walter Hubert Matthews was born in Jacksonville, Florida on October 17, 1939 to Louise Baker Matthews, a business owner and Joseph Matthews, a professional Boxer, who trained with Heavy Weight Boxing Champion Joe Brown Bomber Louis. His parents divorced at an early age, but he knew that he wanted to make a difference in his family. He had the dream and vision to build something, creating change in Jacksonville. Matthews attended the local segregated public schools, graduating from Stanton High School in 1957. He became an amateur boxer; worked with the city at Little Talbot Island as a life guard and park ranger. In 1959 he received a two-year degree from Edward Waters College, the oldest historically black college in Florida. While in college he participated on the football team until he fractured his ankle. From there he did construction work part-time and a mail handler with the United States Postal Service. That was short lived. He found his niche in construction and started his company, W. H. Matthews Construction Company. He chose to be his wife, Ernestine Anderson. The couple was married February 12, 1961. From that union was born three childrenAllama, Marcus and Wallene. Career as General Contractor: W. H. Matthewss earlier vision was to build locally, but it was lengthened to South Florida. His dream launched a career that took him where other black contractors had never gone. He became the first licensed/bonded black contractor in the city and recognized by the late Mayor Hans Tanzler, for he won the citys bid to build the new fire station, No 36 at Blossom Drive and Lippia Road that would serve the Floradale-Magnolia Gardens area. September 12, 1970, The Floradale Volunteer Fire Company was placed into service. It was the first all African American fire company since Engine 3 was created in 1886. This young man bridged the gap as he created a partnership with Charles Lambert an Electrical Engineer. His company catapult in an unimaginable way. In 1970, his firm had a booth at the Home and Patio Show, which Mrs. Vata Wallace won the lottery drawing to receive a $3950 home make-over. Matthews was not afraid of a challenge. His diversity and work ethics employed blacks and whites to excel in the craft of masonry and construction. Although he experienced many days of prejudice and discrimination he kept in mind that the leaders of Jacksonville will correct that which was morally wrong and promote equal opportunity for minorities to start productive businesses. He knew there would be a fight, but he was focused. Matthews was the first Black Contractor to build on Miami, Beach. He met M. Alhalie Range, funeral director and built Range Funeral Home in the Liberty City neighborhood. He also built several apartments units in Miami. W. H. Matthews Construction had two locations, an office in Miami and the main location on Lanes Avenue in Jacksonville where he leased one unit to Edna Insurance Company. In 1972 Walter became the National President of the Minority Contractors Association in Kansas City. Some time later he purchased his first air plane Mooney Mark 20. Later that year, he and his superintendent attended a contractors meeting in Birmingham, Alabama. On the way back from that weekend trip the plane went down in Milan, Georgia. They died in that plane crash, Walter was the pilot. At the time of his passing he was building Oakland Terrace Apartments contracted from beginning to end with Pastor Charles Daily and First Baptist Church of Oakland. Walter was inspired to continue his work and become a developer and build sub-divisions on South Beach Miami. Unfortunately that vision did not materialize, but Walter Hubert Matthews was recognized as the first to be born of his siblings; the first to swim and be a life-guard; the first trailblazer in Jacksonville and Miami whose wisdom opens many doors for other minority entrepreneurs. The words his mother taught her children was lived through him. It doesnt matter where you live; its your attitude how you live.Ž Walter, known as a thinker moved from that Cinder Block house on Johnson Street to be one of the greatest builders in Florida who lived on Dames Point Drive in New Berlin. The City of Jacksonville will esteem the life and legacy of Walter H. Matthews by designating a segment of Blossom Drive in his honor The Matthews family requests your presence at the Unveiling of the Honorary Street Designation and Dedication Ceremony Saturday, October Eleven Two Thousand Fourteen 11:00 AM Unveiling of Honorary Street Designation Corner of Blossom Drive & Lippia Rd 2936 Lippia Rd, Jacksonville, FL 12:00 PM Dedication Ceremony Edward Waters College Gymnasium 1859 Kings Rd, Jacksonville, FL The Honorary Street Designation was signed by Mayor Alvin Brown and the City Council on April 22, 2014 and memorializes Matthews work, legacy and history in the city of Jacksonville. Ernestine Matthews 904-765-8441 or stenemat@gmail.com

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OCTOBER 11, 2014THE STAR PAGE 5 Garrett DennisCandidate for City Council District 9 Campaign Fundraiser Sunday at Seasons 52 St. Johns Town Center Garrett Dennis candidate for City Council District 9 with his wife, LaTasha and children Garrett II and Samantha. The Garrett Dennis Campaign hosted a Women in Red fundraiser for his upcoming bid to replace term limited Warren Jones. Congressional Black Caucus Foundations Annual Phoenix Awards Dinner President Obama speaks to leaders in the black community at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundations annual Phoenix Awards Dinner in Washington D.C. The remarks focused on job security, education, healthcare, and the responsibilities of parents and community leaders to the nations children Phoenix Awards Dinner in Washington, Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014. Obama told the audience that the mistrust of law enforcement that was exposed after the fatal police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, has a corrosive effect on all of America, not just on black communities. All around the country, wherever I see folks, they always say, oh, Barack, were praying for you -boy, youre so great; look, you got all gray hair, you looking tired. Were praying for you. Which I appreciate. But I tell them, after President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act, he immediately moved on to what he called the meat in the coconutŽ -a voting rights act bill. And some of his administration argued thats too much, its too soon. But the movement knew that if we rested after the Civil Rights Act, then all we could do was pray that somebody would enforce those rights. So whenever I hear somebody say theyre praying for me, I say thank you.Ž Thank you -I believe in the power of prayer. But we know more than prayer. We need to vote. Cathy Hughes The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Chairman's Award Muhammad Ali The George Thomas Mickey Leland Award,, Dr Robert L Wright The Honorary ALC Co Chair's Award, and Wade Henderson, ESQ The CBC Chairwoman's Award Phoenix Awards Dinner Susan L Taylor Honorary with the ALC Chair's Award

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PAGE 6 THE STAR OCTOBER 11, 2014 Crime and Justice Crime and JusticeA Publication of the Florida Star and Georgia Star As an African American newspaper, we basically report on offenses committed by African Americans. Please note that in our observations, weekly reports show that African Americans DO NOT commit the largest percentage of criminal offenses in this ar ea. Citizens with tips are encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS. You can remain anonymous and become eligible for a reward. MISSINGCHILDREN Name: Brittany Chisholm Age: 14 Weight: 130 lbs Last seen: 9/29/14 Name: Yahshua Holland Age: 15 Weight: 150 lbs Last seen: 9/23/14 Name: Destiny Bischoping Age: 16 Weight: 150 lbs Last seen: 9/17/14 Name: Cassandra Boneta Age: 15 Weight: 100 lbs Last seen: 9/18/14MOSTWANTED Name: David Bess Offense: Fraud Use ofPersonal ID, Resisting Officer with Violence Name: Kejuan J. Brown Offense: Felony Battery Name: Jerome F. Brown Offense: Traffic in Stolen Property Auto Theft Prevention There are no guaranteed theft prevention practices or devices. However, you can reduce your risk by making it as difficult as possible for a thief to steal your car. "Harden" the Target and eliminate the Opportunity: € Lock all doors and roll up the windows when leaving your car unattended € Take your keys with you; dont leave them in the ignition„even when youre "just running into the store for a minute"„this is like handing your keys to a thief! € Do not hide a second set of keys in/on your car € Replace all door lock buttons with the slim, tapered lock buttons € Park in well-lighted areas € Park in attended lots, when possible € Never attach a tag with your name and/or address to a key ring € Leave only an unmarked ignition key with parking attendants € Never let a potential buyer test-drive your car alone € Park your car in your garage, if you have one € Lock your car even when its parked in your garage € Lock your garage door € Park with your wheels turned toward the curb € Install and use a car alarm € Install and use a steering wheel lock € Install and use an electrical kill switch € Install and use a fuel interrupter switch € Install an electronic tracking device € Consider using tire locks/boots if your car will be parked for an extended period of time € Avoid parking your car on the street € Avoid leaving your car unattended in public parking lots for extended periods of time € Have your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) etched on windows, doors and other car parts. Professional thieves shy away from vehicles that have had the vehicle identification number etched into the doors, windows, windshield, engine block, and other parts. € Some newer cars have electronic coded keys„use them € Visible packages can attract thieves; put packages out of sight or in the trunk € Never loan your car or keys to an acquaintance € Ask your neighbors to watch your vehicle when you are out of town € Secure motorcycles, ATVs, etc., to a fixed object with a heavy chain and padlock € Make sure you activate all anti-theft devices„better yet, install a device which automatically activates when you leave the vehicle Safety Police Looking for Suspects Between 1:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. a burglary had occurred at a residence. Eight washing machines and a drinking fountain were stolen from a shed located in the rear of the victims residence. A white male and black male suspect were observed on video surveillance loading the washers into what appears to be a Chevrolet Blazer. Anyone who has any information in regards to the identity or the location of these suspects is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS or email at rewards@fccrimestoppers.com. You will remain anonymous and receive a possible reward up to $3,000. Customers Credit Cards Used in Complicated Fraud Scheme Three people were charged in connection with a credit card scheme that is still being unraveled but includes fraudulent charges to fund accounts of two inmates. Detectives arrested Christina Martindale for criminal use of personal identification after learning that she stole credit card information from a customer at a gas station where she worked. That card was used to put $200 on the phone account of her boyfriend, Darryl Hall, who was already in custody. While Martindale was in jail, she called her sister, Heather Smith, who provided her with another victim's credit card information, which Martindale used to pay off her bond to secure her release from jail. About ten days later after her release, Martindale was arrested on a warrant for that crime and was released the next day. As detectives worked multiple leads in this case, they were contacted by a woman who said her credit card statement showed two transactions totaling $200 to Government Payment Service or GPS, which was determined to be an inmate's commissary account and one transaction to Sam's Wholesale Cars for $300. Detectives determined the only thing in common for the latter two victims was that they had both booked horseback riding. The address of the business was connected to both Martindale and Smith, whose mother owns the business and where Smith works as a bookkeeper.It was clear that the business fraudulently used the credit cards of their own customers. Detectives spoke with inmates connected to both PIN numbers and learned Hall, who was in jail, talked to Martindale and Smith and said he would pay them a small fee if they allowed funds to be put on their commissary accounts. Those funds were then disbursed to friends of Martindale's who were not incarcerated. They cashed those checks and gave the money to Martindale and Smith. The extent of this criminal enterprise is still being investigated and additional charges are pending. As of now, Martindale is charged with two counts of criminal use of personal information and one count of scheme to defraud. She has not been located since her release. Hall and Smith are being additionally charged with scheme to defraud and remain in jail. It is important to note that the commissary payout system operated as designed, since inmates are legally permitted to provide funds from their accounts to citizens. It was the criminal use of the victims' credit card information that facilitated this scheme. Man Shoots at Occupied House A 19 year-old Winter Haven man was arrested after he fired multiple shots at a residence as he drove by. Although shots went into the residence, nobody was injured during the occurrence. At approximately 4:25 p.m., police responded to a 911 call regarding gunshots heard. The caller stated he heard three or four separate shots near his residence. When police arrived, witnesses gave information regarding the vehicle type that had been seen in the area and interviewed numerous residents in the area. The occupants of the residence where the shots were fired indicated they recognized the shooter as 19 year-old Shaquille Markus King. Three of the victims were sitting outside of the residence while seven others were inside of the home, including two small children, ages five and eight. Two of the shots hit the exterior wall of the home while two more impacted a window and went inside of the residence. Police say King is a former high school athlete. He was on a football team and also a wrestler. The victim said her family was having a cookout and spending time together at the time of the incident and that they have never met King and do not know him. King was taken into custody the next day by detectives. He will be charged with three counts of attempted first degree murder, seven counts of shooting into an occupied dwelling, and one count of discharging a firearm from vehicle.He is being held without bond. Christina Martindale Darryl Hall Heather Smith Shaquille King On the Lookout!

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LOCAL OCTOBER 11, 2014THE STAR PAGE 7 Florida Women of Color Ebony and Ivory Gala Photos by Frank M. Powell, III, Florida Star, photographer The annual Ebony and Ivory Gala black-tie affair was outstanding. The event was held at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville hotel and the Women of Color Cultural Foundation rolled out the red carpet for the honorees. 2014 Ebony & Ivory Award Honorees are recognized because of the significant contributions in health, education economic development and community service. The evening of elegance included fine dining, dancing; achievement awards, silent auction, and live music. Proceeds from the event will benefit education scholarships for the following programs: Children with Class (Elementary students) Tween USA (Middle School students) and Universal Teen (High School students) Applications for the 2015 scholarship programs will be available beginning November 1, 2014. Proceeds from the gala will also benefit the various community service events presented by the Women of Color Cultural Foundation. The Women of Color Cultural Foundation is currently accepting nominations for next year's gala. Please go on line at www.woccf.net to complete an award nomination form. It's an affair that you don't want to miss next year 2015. To become a member of the Women of Color, complete the application on-line and submit with application fee. Also, monetary contributions are welcome anytime as we have various activities throughout the year addressing the unmet needs of our people. 2014 Award Honorees Top left to right: Jacquie Gibbs ,Shanan M. Loe, M.D. Audrey Moran, and Deborah Phelps for Darnell Smith (Health & Safety Award); Brenda Simmons-Hutchins, Ph.D., and Barbara Hetrick, Ph.D. (Education Award) Bottom: Debbie Moreland and Barbara Tolliver-Haskins (Economic Development Award), Chief Gregory and Keshia Burton (Distinguished Couple Award) and Wayne and Pat Hogan (Distinguished Couple), Elizabeth E. Yates, M.Div. (Distinguished Individual), and Elexia Coleman-Moss with Empowerment Resources, Inc. (Community Service Award) Reverend Dorcas Jackson, Reverend Dr. Alecia Ford-Burse, Reverend Dr. Helen Jackson, Elder Reverend Elizabeth Yates, Reverend Kennetta Carter, and Mrs SheLeda Mirra Mary Mandrell, ShaLeda Mirra, Lovetta Adams, Roberta Mondesir, Deborah Maiden, Gail Mathis, Jada Baker (Miss Tween USA), Paula Scott, Karsten Smith (Miss Child with Class), Gerald Minnifield (Founding Member), Helen D. Jackson (Founding President), Trai Stephens (1st Runner-Up Mr. Universal Teen), Tallia Lee (Miss Universal Teen), Alexia Moss (Empowerment Resources), Jackie Gray, Eva Chambliss, Carla Flowers, Jennifer Clayton, and Estella Dixon Roxwell and Janie Robinson, Benjamin Simmons III, Dr. Brenda R. SimmonsHutchins, Honoree, Elder Leroy Hutchins, Jr., Laurel Mullen, and Benjamin Simmons, II, Karsten Smith (Women of Color Miss Child with Class 2014) and (Women of Color 2014 Miss Tween USA), Paula Scott Trai Stephens (2014 1st Runner-Up Mr. Universal Teen), and Tallia Lee (2014 Miss Universal Teen) Karsten Smith (Women of Color Miss Child with Class 2014) Keion Harvey 2014 Mr Universal Teen, Tallia Lee (2014 Miss Universal Teen) and (Women of Color 2014 Miss Tween USA), Paula Scott

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Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) and the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) have signed a Project Partnership Agreement (PPA), allowing construction on the long-awaited Savannah Harbor Expansion Project to begin. Georgia and its congressional delegation have fought long and hard to see this project through to fruition … a project that is vitally important for economic development and job creation not only in the Southeast, but nationally as well,Ž said Deal. After years of regulatory purgatory, we finally cleared the last hurdle and hope to begin dredging in the Savannah River before the end of the year. This pivotal link in our logistics network will aid in the prompt delivery of valuable cargo to and from every corner of Georgia and, in turn, preserve and create jobs and encourage economic growth. Every budget I have submitted and signed into law has included money for the state share of the deepening. My most recent budget included Georgias final commitment, allowing this project to move forward now. Georgia has been ranked the top state in the U.S. for business by three different scoring agencies, and this expansion project will play a crucial role in ensuring our state maintains that top distinction. I appreciate the cooperative efforts of all involved in this process and Im especially thankful to Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle and Speaker David Ralston for their leadership in the General Assembly. Ive said time and again that its time to start moving dirt, and now we can.Ž The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers estimates that the harbor deepening project will bring $174 million in annual net benefits to the U.S. and for the Post-Panamax II vessels, the extra five feet of depth will allow for an additional 3,600 cargo containers in each transit, an increase of 78 percent. The project will cost approximately $706 million, including construction and environmental mitigation costs. As a part of this cost-sharing agreement, the Corps will be able to use the 40 percent share of state funds to begin construction while it awaits congressional appropriations for the remaining 60 percent of federal funding. The state has already set aside $266 million … the total state share for the project. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has released the competitive bidding contracts prepared for the early actions to deepen the harbor. PAGE8 THESTAR OCTOBER 11. 2014 LOCALNEWSStory and Photos Arthia Nixon Florida/Georgia Star (Atlanta, Georgia) Education investor, philanthropist and pacesetter in the realm of diplomacy, were just a few of the terms used to describe Ambassador Andrew Young on Wednesday, as he was the guest of honor at a dinner in the InterContinental Hotel Buckhead Atlanta. Prior to the International University of Grand-Bassam Foundations inaugural celebration dinner, a small press corps was allowed to meet with Ambassador Andrew Young and His Excellency Daniel Kablan Duncan, Prime Minister of the Ivory Coast. It was there that it was revealed by His Excellency that Ambassador Young had been awarded the Commandeur de LOrdre, the Ivory Coasts highest civilian honor. He said that since the 1970s Ambassador Young has been a great contributor to the Ivory Coast. The IUGB Foundation is a non-profit organization based in Atlanta that works with the institute of the same name located in the Ivory Coast. Degrees are granted in the fields of Business, Social Sciences and STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math). IUGBs core objective is to prepare well-trained, educated and ethical professionals who can contribute to the regions economic development. Ambassador Young admitted his love for the Ivory Coast, noting that he visits three times annually. He said his only regret was that he does not speak French fluently. We are now beginning to see the economy of the earth function,Ž he said. We are truly a global economyƒ I believe that one day, the largest middle class will be on the African continent. We only hear about AIDS and Ebola but never about the trade and business and investmentsƒ We must wipe out hunger, but we must also make peace.Ž The Ambassador, who has travelled throughout the African continent, said that he wants to see more Peace Parks, especially in the area of Congo, Uganda and Rwanda. He said far too often, people are more concerned about the wildlife in such regions instead of the people. Ambassador Young said that he is optimistic that in his lifetime, we will begin to see the kind of trade and investment between Africa, the Caribbean and America that will take all involved to a higher level, especially as it pertains to technology. During the dinner, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed spoke about how he was honored to attend an event that paid tribute to his mentor. He said he remembered being introduced to him when he was 13 years old and made up in his mind that one day he would follow the example Ambassador Young set. He went to Howard University, I decided I wanted to go to Howard University,Ž said Mayor Reed. He was the Mayor of Atlanta, I decided I wanted to be Mayor of Atlanta and 20 years later, he was by my side as I was elected Mayor of this City.Ž Ambassador Andrew Young is one of the greatest people America has ever produced,Ž Mayor Reed stated. South African attendee Isabella Ngcobo was delighted to talk about the contributions Ambassador Young made to her home country and said she wouldnt have made it without him. I would not be where I am in America without him,Ž she said. Because of him, we are able to share our culture and expand opportunities between South Africa and America. He is truly an icon.Ž Leading a delegation of entrepreneurs from the Commonwealth of The Bahamas was media mogul Debbie Bartlett, who noted that Ambassador Young is a man who has been known in her country since his days with the Civil Rights Movement. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jrs Nobel Prize winning speech was written 50 years ago in The Bahamas,Ž she said. A witness to that fact is Ambassador Andrew Young. There were many occasions when there was dialog between him and our late Prime Minister Lynden Pindling and the late Sir Randol Fawkes and others. They paved the way for us to celebrate what we see manifested today. So Ambassador Young is not just for America, he is a part of all of us.Ž It is an honor to be here to celebrate this great man,Ž Daouda Diabate, Ivory Coast Ambassador in Washington. He is a man who is sincere in his actions and continues to promote efforts especially in education. We are honored to work along with him after all these decades. He is one of our own and that is why he was awarded such a title.ŽPort Expansion to Begin PHOTO LEFT:Ivory Coast Prime Minister D. K. Duncan and Ambassador Andrew Young. PHOTOCENTER:Bahamas delegation thanks Ambass ador Young for his contributions:Attorney Joseph Smith, entreprenuer Vince McDonald, Sr, media mogul Debbie Bartlett and restauratu er Richardo Richardson. PHOTORIGHT:Ambassador Andrew Young and his wife Carolyn. Ambassador Andrew Young Receives International Citizens Honor Pink ribbons, pink flags, Pink Out Friday. Southeast Georgia Health System is pretty in pink this October in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In addition, a variety of community activities and fundraisers are planned. Throughout the month of October the Health System will be decorated for Breast Cancer Awareness Month with large pink ribbons in the lobbies of the Brunswick and Camden campuses and the Senior Care Centers; pink flags will be hung from lamp posts; and the front entrance fountains will bubble pink. Nursing teams will wear pink gloves, surgical teams will wear pink surgical caps, and the cafeterias will serve pink desserts. The ARTrageous Bras exhibit will be on display at the Horton Gallery on the Brunswick Campus and the Camden Campus art gallery from Oct. 1-31. This fundraising event includes an opportunity for the community to cast $1 votes for their favorite uniquely decorated bras. The ARTrageous Bras silent and live auctions will be held on Friday, Nov. 7 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the historic Ritz Theatre in downtown Brunswick. Light hors doeuvres will be served. Proceeds from the event benefit the Health System cancer care programs. Another Health System fundraiser open to the community is the pink paper "Ribbons of Hope." Individuals can purchase a pink ribbon in honor or memory of a loved one affected by breast cancer for $1. The goal is to decorate hallways throughout the Brunswick and Camden hospitals. Similar to the ARTrageous Bras, proceeds from the sales benefit the cancer care programs. The fanciful Julie Grimm Quilt created from Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and American Cancer Society Relay For Life official Tshirts will be displayed in the Camden Campus lobby Oct. 1 to Oct. 15 and then transferred for display on the Brunswick Campus Oct. 16 to Oct. 31. "Pink Friday Games" will take place at the October football home games for Brunswick High School, Camden County High School, Frederica Academy, Glynn Academy and the College of Coastal Georgia volleyball game. The Health System will provide a pink ribbon image on the field, wristbands for players and pink poms for cheerleaders. Health System team members will distribute breast cancer awareness materials and athletic trainers will wear pink polo shirts. Additional events include: "Pink Out Friday": Friday, Oct. 10 The community is invited to join the Health System in wearing pink on Pink Out Friday in support of all the women and men who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. Photos can be emailed to marketing@sghs.org for posting to the Health System facebook page at facebook.com/SGHScares. Community Lecture: Tuesday, Oct. 14, 67 p.m. "An Evening with Our Breast Care Team," featuring Diane G. Bowen, M.D., plastic surgeon, Antonio Moran Jr., M.D., FACP, medical oncologist, T. Wayne Rentz Jr., M.D., general surgeon, Bruce Tripp, M.D., radiation oncologist and Donna Smith, R.N., CBPN-IC, breast care navigator. The event takes place in the Linda S. Pinson Conference Center, Room #1, 2415 Parkwood Drive, Brunswick, Ga Community Lecture: Thursday, Oct. 16, 12-1 p.m. "Breast Cancer Awareness," presented by Abraham Cheong, M.D., medical oncologist, at Velocity Health and Fitness, 1520 W. Orange St., Jesup, Ga. Community Lecture: Tuesday, Oct. 21, 12-1 p.m. "Genetic Testing and Links to Breast Cancer," presented by Bruce Tripp, M.D., radiation oncologist, in the Cafeteria Conference Room on the Health System Camden Campus, 2000 Dan Proctor Drive, St. Marys, Ga. Community Lecture: Wednesday, Oct. 29, 12-1 p.m. "Screening Recommendations and Genetic Testing,"presented by Lesli G. McQuigg, WHNP-BC, ANP-BC, Golden Isles YMCA, Brunswick, Ga. "Make Breast Care a Routine for Life": Patients receiving mammograms during October will receive a breast cancer awareness gift that includes a cup, calendar, nail file and breast selfexam card, and those who complete the Health System breast health quiz will be entered in a drawing to win a gift bag at the end of the month. YMCA Goes Pink: The Golden Isles YMCA will decorate their facility in pink. Breast care educational materials will be provided by Southeast Georgia Health System and the WOW will be present for mammograms on Oct. 27. Call 912-466-5234 to schedule a mammogram appointment. To reserve a seat for lectures, or for more information about Southeast Georgia Health System breast cancer awareness activities, please call 912-466-5770.Health System Pretty in Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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PAGE 9 THE STAR OCTOBER 11, 2014 SPORTS Jaguars Offense in 17-9 WinBy FRED WITT Florida Sports Wire JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Ben Roethlisberger threw for 273 yards and a touchdown as the Steelers (3-2) kept the Jaguars winless with a 17-9 win Sunday. Rookie QB Blake Bortles, making his was 22 of 36 for 191 yards. He threw two interceptions. The most costly was returned 22 yards for a score by Brice McCain late in the game. It was a hard fought game. We did better in all three phases; there are still things to work on. Blake (Bortles) showed poise, said Jaguars ish better. It was a day for the kickers. Josh Scobee accounted for all of Jacksonvilles points with tied the game 3-3 on a 24-yarder in the second quarter. You have to give a lot of credit to Pittsburgh and their coaches, Bradley said. Bortles and rookie running back Storm Johnson led Jacksonville rushers combining for 41 yards on eight carries. Roethlisberger threw to 11 different receivpasses for 84 yards, Michael Palmer hauled in a touchdown pass and Heath Miller had three catches for 46 yards. you consider that we didnt do a good job of it last week, and it cost us the game, said Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin. Middle linebacker Paul Posluszny had a game-high 12 tackles, nine solo, along with one sack, one tackle for loss, one quarterback hit and one pass defensed. Posluszny has recorded double-digit tackles in 40 of 52 games games this season. LOOKING BACK 66,198 tickets distributed Sunday Largest home crowd since 2012.The all-time regular season series is tied, 11-11 ...The Jaguars converted on just 3-of-12 third downs ... Pittsburgh outgained Jacksonville, 372-243. The Steelers ran the victory the Jaguars offense scored on its Reynolds Runs Past Edward Waters, 51-27By MIKE BONTS Florida Sports Wire LAKELAND, Fla. Redshirt freshman Jarrell Reynolds rushed for 385 yards and six touchdowns helping the Southeastern University Fire knock off Edward Waters 51-27 in a Sun Conference matchup at Victory Field. EWC QB Tyler T. Mahla was 23 of 47 for 331 yards including a 10-yard TD pass to Keronne Smith. Suwayne Hylton has a big day receiving for the 114 yards. Mahla also ran for scores of 17 and seven yards. His sevenyard run with 1:01 left in the second quarter brought the Tigers within a score at 20-14 at halftime. A touchdown run by EWCs Diondre Wynn again made it a six-point game, but the fourth quarter belonged to the Fire, as they outscored the Tigers 24-6 Wynn rushed for 60 yards on 11 carries. Reynolds accounted for all six of SEUs (3-1, 2-0 TSC) touchdowns, scoring on runs of 12, 40, 47, 58, and 57 yards. He was also the teams leading receiver with three catches for 68 yards, to give him a total of 453 yards of total offense. His rushing yardage mark, total yardage mark, and rushing touchdowns are all school and conference records. It was our offensive line, Reynolds said. They moved everybody out of the way and gave me a lot of room to run. After a slow start by the oftouchdown of the night at the taking advantage of a EWC fumble at their own 25-yard line. The Tigers (2-3, 1-1 TSC) controlled the ball for the majority score after the Fire blocked a on downs. Leading 10-7, freshman Caleb Winter connected on a school and conference-record 48-yard vantage with 10:15 left in the half. The offensive line helped the Fire rush for 430 yards and amass 596 yards of total offense on 68 plays. The defense helped out by creating a pair of turnovers, and recording four sacks. The Tigers defense was led by James Reese, IV with 11 tackles. Brice Farmer recorded seven and Marquis Davis and Rurel Allen each had six. Jacksonville falls to 0-5 now faces AFC South foe Up NextThe Tigers play another Sun Conference opponent Saturday when they host Webber International University (2-3, 0-1 in conference) at 2 p.m. at Raines High School Photos by City of Jacksonville John Wall scored 14 points to lead the Washington Wizards to a 94-89 preseason win over the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday night. Otto Porter had 12 points for Washington, which shot 49 percent Kevin Seraphin each had 11 points. The Wizards grabbed the lead at the Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida. Eric Gordon had 15 points for New Orleans, which led 49-44 at halftime. Ryan Anderson scored 14, 13 points. He also had nine of Washingtons 20 turnovers. Harris facing serious chargeTreon Harris GAINESVILLE, Fla. Florida coach Will a sexual assault allegation he called a very serious tremendous misunderstanding. You handle things in life and you move forward, Muschamp said Wednesday. Thats what were going to do. it was announced Monday that freshman quarterwhile authorities investigate sexual assault allegations made against him. Its a very serious charge and theres been no change in his status, Muschamp said. I feel very comfortable in how weve approached this situation. The program banned Harris from all team activities during the investigation. The school said a female student accused Harris of sexually assaulting her around 3 a.m. Sunday hours after he helped Florida (3-1, 1-1 Southeastern Conference) rally to beat Tennessee 10-9 in Knoxville. Muschamp declined to answer several questions about the Harris case, including when he found out about the incident, what he told the team and It always hurts anytime a young man goes through a tough situation, Muschamp said. Im not referring to that situation individually, but anytime you see our players hurt, you see a young man hurt, you spend a lot of time with him, its hard, its very hard. You get emotionally attached in all situations, absolutely. SCORES FROM OCTOBER 4, 2014 Albany State 17, Paine 0 Ave Maria 16, Concordia-Selma 12 Bethune-Cookman 27, Delaware St. 7 Bowie State 24, J. C. Smith 0 Eliz. City State 59, Livingstone 21 Fayetteville State 34, Lincoln 13 Grambling State 38, Alabama A&M 28 Kentucky State 31, Central State 24 Langston 61, Texas College 0 Morehouse 20, Clark Atlanta 7 Morgan State 24, Florida A&M 9 Norfolk State 14, Savannah State 7 N. C. Central 27, Howard 22 Prairie View 48, Jackson State 30 S. C. State 13, N. C. A&T 0 SE Missouri 28, Tennessee State 21 Southeastern 51, Edward Waters 27 Southern 51, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 36 Stillman 55, Lane 16 Texas Southern 20, Miss. Valley St. 16 Tuskegee 35, Fort Valley State 28 Virginia State 42, St. Augustines 3 Black College Football Scores Wizards beat Pelicans 94-89 in preseason game at Jacksonville

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